Kevin WhiteWest Virginia6-3215
Breshad Perriman*Central Fla.6-2212
Jaelen Strong*Arizona St.6-2217
Devin SmithOhio St.6-0196
Rashad GreeneFlorida St.5-11182
Tyler LockettKansas St.5-10182
Tre McBrideWilliam & Mary6-0210
Justin HardyEast Carolina5-10192
Tony LippettMichigan St.6-2192
Dezmin LewisCentral Ark.6-4214
Vince MayleWashington St.6-2224
Titus DavisCentral Mich.6-1196
Sleeper: Jake Kumerow, Wisc.-Whitewater, 6-4, 209
Stacked class is led by Cooper and White, who are competing to be the first receiver taken. Both should be off the board within the first 10 picks. … Parker missed seven games with a broken foot, or else he might be in that mix, too. … Perriman ran a ridiculous 40-yard dash in the range of 4.2 seconds that has shot him up draft boards.
Green-Beckham might be the most talented player at his position, but faces significant character concerns, including an allegation of domestic abuse. … Dorsett ran the second-fastest 40 time at the NFL Scouting Combine among receivers. … Smith is a deep-ball specialist with seven career touchdowns of at least 50 yards. … Lockett broke school records for receptions and yards held by his father, Kevin.
More than 70 percent of Hardy’s catches went for first downs in 2014. … Anderson dropped a troubling 18.6 percent of the passes thrown to him the past two seasons. … Crowder would be the first receiver drafted from Duke since 1990. … Davis is the first player in FBS history with eight or more receiving touchdowns in four seasons.
– Jay Skurski
Might surpass last year’s record of 33 receivers drafted and could make a case for as many as eight receivers to go in the first round.